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don't know if he would've been able to survive the 11th and 12th grade years in public school. >> mom, you're gonna want to put some oil in the car. >> what about trans? the evx team was a saving grace for him. they basically blanketed him with attention, with understanding, and with affection, you know. they cared. >> my work with the evx team has made me want to come to school more. it gave me something to care about. >> this is the k1 attack, the pride and joy of west philly high. we plan to do it again with our next car, but this here... i mean, the first time i ever seen this car, it was my ninth grade year. i remember it was, like, my first day of school. i came walking through the shop, and i didn't expect to see a racecar here. and i fell in love with it then, and that's... that's why i had to join the ev team. like, who built this car? they said it was built here. as high school students, we can be innovative. we can be just as innovative as the ceos of ford, gm, honda, nissan. we can be just as innovative as them. and we don't even have diplomas yet. >> yo! i'm home. you kno
. >> the problem for any historian in trying to reconstruct the life of jesus is simply that we don't have sources that come from the actual time of jesus himself. >> the historian's task in understanding jesus and the jesus movement and early christianity is a lot like the archaeologist's task in excavating a tell. you peel back layer after layer after layer of interpretation, and what you always find is a plurality of jesuses. >> history isn't made to record the deeds of a person like jesus. jesus is very much like most people, statistically speaking, who have ever existed in the world: poor, obscure, no pretensions to royalty or distinction of any kind. they live under less than desirable conditions, and they die that way. there is nothing historically remarkable about that. billions of people pass through this veil of tears in exactly that way. >> we can tell the story by looking at the way the earliest christians themselves thought about jesus, by e wa they kept his memory alive, by the way that they told the story. >> narrator: central to the story is the fact that jesus was born a subject o
think we have been misinterpreting these stories, because the people who write them don't seem the least bit worried about their diversity. we see the problem, and then we want to insist that they're literal. i think we have misread the scriptures, not they have miswritten them. >> ( dramatized ): since many have undertaken to set down the events that have been fulfilled among us, i, too, decided, after investigating everything carefully, to write an orderly account. >> narrator: luke's gospel takes the separation from judaism one step further, because luke was almost certainly a gentile, writing for a mainly gentile audience. and the story he has to tell is how word of jesus reached the rest of the world. >> the jesus of luke is an enormously powerful figure. i mean, he comes on the scene as a prophet straight out of the hebrew bible. i mean, at his first appearance in his hometown synagogue, he quotes the prophet isaiah. >> ( dramatized ): the spirit of the lord is upon me. he has sent me to proclaim release to the captives and recovery of sight to the blind, to let the oppressed go fr
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